Hozie Hall Jr.

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Hozie Hall, age 62 entered his heavenly room on November 18, 2022. Hozie was employed at the Federal Black Lung Program for over 25 years. He was a man of his word and did not hold back if he had an opinion. He loved working with his hands, taking something old and giving it new life with a purpose.
Hozie was strong in his beliefs and convictions and stayed stead-fast to his word. His love for music is the reason why he began to D-jay many years.

Hozie’s greatest love was God first, his earthly father and his two most precious gifts on this earth, his wonderful sons. Hozie is preceded in death by his loving parents Hozie Hall Sr. and Edna (Butler) Hall, sister, Sheila Hall, brother, Anthony Kent.

He leaves to cherish his memories his sons, Joshua Benson Hall, Pastor Michael (Dee) Story; grandchildren, Dalton Story and Markel Story all of Arkansas; brother, Rodney Kent; Sister Linda Bridges and most beloved friend Kim Wilder as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Visitation 10:00 AM and Funeral Service 11:00 AM Friday, December 9, 2022 at Union Grove Baptist Church, 266 N Champion Ave, Columbus, OH.

Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Estates.

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Condolence Messages

  1. I worked with Hozie for almost 10 years, he was kind, dependable, a wonderful, gentle soul with a heart of gold, always willing to help. He use to email good morning regularly. I’m really going to miss him, I truly considered him a friend. I send my condolences to his son, his family and all who knew and loved him. I pray the HolySpirit comforts and keeps you today and always!

    In His Love,
    Angela

  2. Dr. Patrice Palmer

    To my cousin Michael Story and the family of Mr. Hall, on behalf of the Palmer family we send our deepest condolences and continued prayers. God is a present help in the time of trouble. God peace and comfort surround you during this time.

  3. Prayers for the family.

  4. God never makes a mistake He only does things that we don’t understand, our prayers and condolences to Pastor Mike Story & family.

  5. Mr. Hosie Hall was so special to me. He has been apart of my life for 22 years. His love for my mom Kim was unconditional. I’m so sad you had to go but I guess God needed you more. We are going to miss you “June”. Our hearts shattered when we heard the news. I still can’t believe your gone. Thank you for being who you were. We will never forget you. Until we meet again….Rest peacefully.

  6. To my sister Kim and the family I’m so sorry for your loss. June was very special and dear to me and my husband. He was truly my brother in law. Always caring and always had a kind word. He will surely be missed.

  7. I knew him through Ebony & my heart ached with you all at this sad news. My condolences to the entire family. Mama Kim, he will always be with you

  8. Praying for Eternal Peace and Understanding for the entire family. To my little brothers Michael and Josh prayers for your strength. He is watching over his son’s, his Men smiling down at your courage and strength through this difficult time. I love you both ❤️

  9. Dana Harden-Freeman

    June, Rest in Peace. June was always nice and respectful to me. My condolences to the Hall and Kent family.

  10. RIP Uncle June, onward to your next journey. Love you and will miss you always.

  11. PRASAD CHRISTOPHER

    OUR DEEPEST CONDOLANCES TO YOU ALL FAMILY OF OUR DEAR FRIEND HOZIE OUR PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS WITH YOU ALL REALLY WE ARE MISSING YOU FRIEND.

  12. To My Son Michael, May God provide you peace and strength during this time. I cannot believe that your Dad, June is no longer with us. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.
    To Linda, Rodney & the entire family, I love & pray for you all.
    Hozie was a strong black man who was “oh so stubborn” and he stood his ground. He was a great father to 2 sons Mike & Josh who will carry on his legacy and be the men he raised them to be. My heart is broken…weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh in the morning.

  13. Condolences from our family to yours.
    I have known Hozie since I was a little girl, and he was a constant part of life for a long time. He was a quiet and kind, gentle soul. He could also be really funny. I will always remember his big booming voice, and the way he used to comb his tiny afro forward.
    May the ancestors welcome him with open arms and keep him in peace.

  14. Joshua Benson Hall

    Dad, I still can’t believe that you are no longer here. I just wanted to say thank you for everything you have taught me and my brother. Your love for the both of us was unconditional. I love you with all my heart and we will meet again. Continue to look down on us ❤️ And me and Mike will continue to make you very proud. I love you

  15. Dennis A Kissel

    I worked with Hozie for many years at the Dept. of Labor. He was an excellent worker and a great friend to me. Rest in peace Mr. Hall.

  16. To Josh and family,

    My family will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. We pray that God grants you the peace and comfort that you need in the days ahead. Gods love is forever and he will always be with you.

  17. Jennifer M Woodson

    TO MICHAEL, SHIRA, AUNT LINDA, AND THE COMPLETE HALL FAMILY MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO YOUR FAMILY AT THIS TIME OF REMEMBRANCE AND GRIEF LOVE YOU GUYS

  18. Bernadean Singleton

    To Rodney, Linda Jean and the entire family, my heart goes out to all of you at this most difficult time, praying for your peace, I love you all and be blessed.

  19. Bernadean Singleton

    To the family, love and praying for peace and comfort for you all, be blessed.

  20. My deepest and sincere sympathies to Rodney, Linda, Michael, Joshua, family and friends of Hozie ” June” Hall.
    I pray our Heavenly Father blesses you all with his Grace and Mercy as you prepare to lay your beloved in his final resting place.
    It was an honor, privilege and a blessing to have known such a remarkably, kind and honest man as Hozie.
    Rest In Peace my friend you will be missed until we meet again.

  21. My deepest condolences to the entire family. I worked with Hozie for the last 10 years. He was such a kind and gentle person. Always looking out for others. He always had an encouraging word. He would always greet me with a, “hey little sis” and was always eager to help. It was difficult to say goodbye today. I will miss you friend and brother.

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